3rd Party MQTT libraries

Wait! Have you checked out the official Xively library?

For most embedded projects, we recommend that you use our highly flexible Xively Embedded C library. It integrates Xively features like Secure File Transfer over MQTT, it's highly portable, and it's been ported to bare-metal, RTOS and OS architectures.


Check it out:

Explore the Official Xively Embedded C client

3rd party libraries

For server-side MQTT communication (or if you'd just prefer to use a language you are familiar with), any MQTT library will work against the Xively broker. Here are a few clients we recommend in some popular languages:

### JavaScript ###Create real-time visualizations, interactive websites and GUIs in-browser that connect directly to Xively feeds. We recommend either the JavaScript library from PAHO, or mqtt.js (which facilitates websocket connections for browsers, and native for backends).MQTT.js on Github

PAHO Javascript Library
### Python ###Create web app back-ends with Django, tackle research and scientific applications with tool kits like NumPy and Matplotlib, and connect Linux systems to Xively from supercomputers down to the Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone.Github

Sample PUB and SUB scripts
### Ruby ###A ruby bunding against libMosquitto, which we recommend as the easiest way to get set up in a Ruby environment.Github
### Clojure ###A Clojure Codec for MQTT. Provides a netty encoder and decoder for the MQTT protocol.Github

Updated 2 years ago

3rd Party MQTT libraries

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